University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, USA
	

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Einmal an der prestigeträchtigen University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) studieren und Kurse aus weltweit führenden Fachbereichen belegen ist euer Traum? Vom klassischen Auslandssemester über das Berkeley Haas Global Access Program bis hin zu Summer Sessions ist alles möglich!

Seit 1868 studieren und forschen an der UC Berkeley die brillantesten Köpfe der Welt. Nicht ohne Grund zählt der erste Campus des heutigen University of California Systems zu den bedeutendsten Universitäten weltweit. Sie gehört seit Jahren zu den besten US-amerikanischen Universitäten, was ihr zum wiederholten Male den ersten Platz unter allen staatlichen Universitäten (Top Public Schools) in den U.S News & World Report Best Colleges Rankings 2018 eingebracht hat.

Ihren hervorragenden Ruf verdankt die kalifornische Eliteuniversität der bahnbrechenden Forschung, die bis heute die Wissenschaft revolutioniert und unsere Gesellschaft in großem Maße vorantreibt: Eine beachtliche Anzahl ihrer derzeitigen Forscher und Professoren sind Nobelpreisträger; viele haben den Pulitzerpreis erhalten.

Der wunderschöne Campus der UC Berkeley liegt in der traumhaften San Francisco Bay Area und gilt als besonders sicher und einladend. Die auf 43 Hügeln erbaute Mega-Metropole San Francisco ist in nur 30 Minuten mit der S-Bahn zu erreichen und bietet euch ein faszinierendes Freizeitangebot.

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Gründungsjahr: 1868

Hochschultyp: Staatliche Hochschule

Anzahl Studenten: Gesamt 35900 , 25800 Undergraduate, 10100 Postgraduate, International 5600

Akkreditierungen:

  • WSCUC (WASC Senior Association of Schools and Colleges)
  • AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)

Studienjahr:

Das Studienjahr der UC Berkeley ist in zwei Semester unterteilt. Während der Sommermonate finden mehrere Summer Sessions statt. 

Session F 2024: 01.07.2024 - 18.07.2024

Session D 2024: 01.07.2024 - 09.08.2024

Session E 2024: 22.07.2024 - 09.08.2024

Fall Semester 2024: Mitte August 2024 - Mitte Dezember 2024

Studienprogramme

Kursverzeichnisse

Über die folgenden Links gelangt ihr zum Kurskatalog und ggf. Stundenplan dieser Hochschule. Während der Kurskatalog vor allem einen Gesamtüberblick der angebotenen Studiengänge und ihres Curriculums liefert, findet ihr im Stundenplan die in den einzelnen Semestern tatsächlich angebotenen Kurse. Für Fragen zum Kursangebot stehen wir euch natürlich immer gern zur Verfügung.

Campus

Der Campus der UC Berkeley zählt zu den schönsten Hochschulgeländen der USA. Er liegt an den Berkeley Hills, von denen die traumhafte Bucht von San Francisco zu sehen ist. Die beeindruckende Architektur der altehrwürdigen Gebäude symbolisiert die Exzellenz der Universität: von neoklassizistischen Bauten bis hin zu topmodernen Gebäuden ist hier alles vertreten.

Das Wahrzeichen des Campus ist der „Campanile“, ein über 90 Meter hoher Glockenturm, der von weitem zu sehen ist. Das weitläufige Gelände beherbergt auch unzählige Museen wie das Berkeley Art Museum, das regelmäßig kostenlose Malkurse oder Filmabende veranstaltet. Außerdem besitzt die UC Berkeley eine der größten Bibliotheken der USA mit über zwölf Millionen Büchern und Publikationen.

Die Innenstadt der Studentenstadt Berkeley ist vom Campus fußläufig zu erreichen. Malerische Parks, berühmte Theater, bekannte Restaurants und gemütliche Cafés sind also gleich um die Ecke. Wer von euch die entspannte Weltstadt San Francisco erkunden möchte, ist in nur 30 Minuten mit der S-Bahn dort.


Wohnen

Internationale Studenten an der University of California, Berkeley Extension haben verschiedene Unterkunftsoptionen.

Internationale Studenten, die an der UC Berkeley eine Summer Session absolvieren, leben währenddessen auf dem Campus.

Folgende Unterkunftsmöglichkeiten stehen zur Auswahl:

  • Studentenwohnheim
  • Apartment auf dem Campus
  • Private Apartments / Hotels
  • Gastfamilien

Die konkrete Verfügbarkeit der einzelnen Unterkunftsmöglichkeiten kann je nach Studienprogramm variieren. Detaillierte Informationen findet ihr über die Links oder in der "Gratisbroschüre" zum jeweiligen Programm. Für Fragen stehen wir euch gern zur Verfügung.

Die Hochschulstadt Berkeley

Berkeley liegt mit gut 100 000 Einwohnern im Bezirk Alameda in der San Francisco Bay Area in Nordkalifornien, und bereits 13 Meilen weiter südwestlich befindet sich die Metropole San Francisco. Direkt angrenzend sind im Süden die Stadt Oakland, im Osten die Berkeley Hills und im Norden die Stadt Albany.

Besonders sehenswert sind der Rosengarten, der botanische Garten und das Kunstmuseum der Universität. Mit seinem Yachthafen ist Berkeley ein beliebtes Wassersportzentrum, und außerdem ist Berkeley ein weltbekanntes Zentrum für Kunst und Entertainment. Die Bevölkerung ist sehr kreativ, hat eine hohe Bildung und lebt in einer natürlichen Umgebung. Das Klima ist angenehm, die niedrigsten und höchsten Monatsmittelwerte bewegen sich zwischen 10 °C und 17 °C.

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Studienprogramme

Beschreibung

Die University of California, Berkeley Extension bietet internationalen Studierenden vier verschiedene Optionen für ein Auslandssemester mit oder ohne Ausrichtung auf eine bestimmte Studienrichtung an: das Berkeley Global Access Program (BGA), das Berkeley-Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP), das Berkeley Physics International Education Program (BPIE) sowie das Berkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program.

Das BHGAP ist direkt an der weit über US-Grenzen hinaus bekannten Haas School of Business angesiedelt. Bachelor- und Masterstudierende mit und ohne BWL-Hintergrund können hier in verschiedenen "Tracks" Kurse aus dem Curriculum der Haas School of Business belegen. Im Zentrum stehen Themen wie Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Leadership und Digital Business und die Kurse werden von Professoren und Dozenten der Haas School of Business unterrichtet. Zudem wählen alle Programmteilnehmer einen weiteren Kurs aus dem umfangreichen Vorlesungsverzeichnis der UC Berkeley als "Wahlfach". Als Ergänzung innerhalb des viermonatigen Programms stehen weitere Optionen wie Workshops, Exkursionen, Firmenbesuche, Karrieretrainings und andere zur Verfügung.

Neben dem BHGAP gibt es noch das Berkeley Global Access Program (BGA), ein klassisches Semesterprogramm mit fachbereichsübergreifender Kurswahl. Studierende können ein oder zwei Semester auf dem Campus der UC Berkeley studieren und haben dabei die Wahl zwischen Kursen der UC Berkeley Extension und denen aus dem regulären Vorlesungsverzeichnis der UC Berkeley. 

Das Berkeley Physics International Education Program ermöglicht internationalen Physikstudierenden die Chance ein Auslandssemester am Berkeley Physics Department zu absolvieren. Die Studierenden wählen vier spannende Kurse aus den Bereichen Quantum Mechanics, Atomic Physics, Solid State Physics, Biophysics, String Theory, Cosmology, Thermal and Statistical Physics oder Data Science. Exklusive Lunches mit prestigeträchtigen Dozenten, die Teilnahme an Poster Sessions, Panels zu Karrierethemen und Research Lab Touren sowie Ausflüge in die Umgebung machen das Programm einzigartig.

Auch im Bereich Chemie haben internationale Studierende mit dem Berkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program die Chance, ihre fachlichen Skills und ihre Karrieremöglichkeiten durch ein Auslandssemester an der kalifornischen Eliteuni zu beflügeln. Teilnehmer studieren ein oder zwei Semester lang gemeinsam mit einheimischen Studierenden am UC Berkeley College of Chemistry, das als weltweite Nummer 1 in diesem Bereich gilt. Zur Auswahl stehen ein Track mit Kursen in Computational Chemistry oder ein Track in Chemical Biology. Ihr Auslandssemesters können die Teilnehmer zudem nutzen, um die Forschungsprojekte der weltberühmten Labore der Uni kennenzulernen und eventuell Kontakte zu knüpfen.


Gebühren

  • Fall Semester 2024
    Program Cost (BHGAP)
    21900,00 USD
    min. Program Cost (BGA)
    13900,00 USD
    Application Fee
    100,00 USD

Bei den oben angegebenen Gebühren für das Berkeley Global Access Program (BGA) handelt es sich um einen Richtwert - die tatsächlich anfallenden Gebühren richten sich nach Anzahl und Art der belegten Kurse. Es gibt eine Program Fee in Höhe von US$ 4900, die alle Teilnehmer zahlen müssen. Hinzu kommen je US$ 750 pro belegter Unit für Kurse aus dem regulären Kursangebot der UC Berkeley bzw. US$ 500-1300 pro Kurs aus dem Angebot der UC Berkeley Extension. Insgesamt müssen mindestens 12 und maximal 18 Units belegt werden, was 4-6 Kursen entspricht. Grundsätzlich kann mit einer Gebühr zwischen US$ 13900 - 18400 gerechnet werden.

Bei den Gebühren für die fachbezogenen Semesterprogramme hingegen handelt es sich um einen Festpreis.

Die Gebühren dür das Berkeley-Haas Global Access Program beinhalten die Belegung von 9-10 Units an Haas-Berkeley Business-Kursen und 2-3 Units aus dem übrigen Kursangebot der UC Berkeley. Ebenfalls enthalten ist das umfassende Begleitprogramm wie z.B. Career Counseling und Professional Development Workshops, Exkursionen zu Unternehmen im Silicon Valley und in der Bay Area, der Zugang zu den Student Clubs und Associations der UC Berkeley und der Haas School of Business sowie weitere kulturelle und soziale Aktivitäten.

Die Gebühren für das Berkeley Physics International Education Program umfassen die Belegung von 12 UC Berkeley Semester Units am UC Berkeley Physics Department. Dies entspricht vier Kursen. Das Begleitprogramm wie eine Orientierungswoche, exklusive Faculty-Lunches, Poster-Sessions, Workshops, Research Lab Tours, Field Trips nach San Francisco, Napa, Half-Moon Bay sowie Monterey und Zugang zu mehr als 100 Studenten Clubs sind ebenfalls in den Gebühren enthalten.

Die Gebühren für das Berkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program beinhalten die Belegung von 12-15 Unites, was etwa 4-5 Kursen insgesamt entspricht. Für den gewählten fachlichen Track (Computational Chemistry oder Chemical Biology) können 2-3 Kurse aus einer vorgegebenen Liste belegt werden. Hinzu kommt ein allgemeiner "Chemistry Visiting Scholars Experiential course" (1 Unit).


Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten

Wer für ein Auslandssemester an die University of California Berkeley Extension geht, kann unter anderem Auslands-BAföG beantragen. Förderungsberechtigte Studierende erhalten einen Zuschuss zu den Studiengebühren bis zu EUR 5.600, eine Reisekostenpauschale und einen Zuschuss zu Krankenversicherung und Lebenshaltungskosten

Zudem vergibt die UC Berkeley Extension pro Semester vier Stipendien in Höhe von US$ 5.000 für das BHGAP sowie zwei Stipendien in Höhe von US$ 5.000 für das Chemistry Program. 

Hochschulspezifische Stipendien:


Voraussetzungen

Für das Berkeley Global Access Program müssen die Studierenden die jeweiligen Zulassungsvoraussetzungen der gewählten Kurse erfüllen, also zum Beispiel für einen Graduate-Kurs über einen Bachelorabschluss verfügen. Genaue Informationen findet man bei den Kursbeschreibungen.

Das Berkeley Haas Global Access Program richtet sich an leistungsstarke Bachelor- und Masterstudenten aller Fachrichtungen. Je nach Studienlevel und Studienfach können unterschiedliche "Tracks" im Rahmen des Programms belegt werden. Bachelorstudierende ohne BWL-Hintergrund belegen den sogenannten "Preparatory Track". Bachelorstudierende mit BWL-Hintergrund können Kurse aus dem "Preparatory Track" und dem "Advanced Track" kombinieren und Masterstudierende mit BWL-Hintergrund belegen in der Regel ausschließlich Kurse aus dem "Advanced Track".

Das Berkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program ist für internationale Bachelor- und Masterstudierende offen. Bewerber müssen mindestens zwei Jahre ihres Studiums erfolgreich abgeschlossen haben und einen GPA von 3.0 vorweisen können.

Das Berkeley Physics International Education Program ist für internationale Physikstudierende auf Bachelor- und Masterniveau offen.

Für die Programme ist außerdem eine Mindestpunktzahl in einem standardisierten Sprachtest wie dem TOEFL oder IELTS nötig. Alternativ wird auch ein Telefon- oder Skypeinterview mit der UC Berkeley oder ein Nachweis über ein englischsprachiges Studium über die Dauer von mindestens einem Jahr akzeptiert.

 

Die Sprachkenntnisse können durch eines der folgenden Testergebnisse bzw. Dokumente nachgewiesen werden:

UndergraduatePostgraduate
CambridgeC1 AdvancedC1 Advanced
DAAD SprachtestC1C1
Duolingo115
Englischsprachiges Studiummindestens ein Jahrmindestens ein Jahr
IELTS7.07.0
TOEFL (internet-based)9090

Der Sprachnachweis kann nicht nachgereicht werden.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

  • Bachelor in History of Art
  • Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in American Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Art and Archaeology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Architecture - Design Research
  • Bachelor of Arts in Architecture – Studio
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art Practice
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies - China
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies - Japan
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies – Multi-Area
  • Bachelor of Arts in Astrophysics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Atmospheric Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Celtic Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chicano Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classical Civilizations
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classical Languages
  • Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Dance and Performance Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Dutch Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Cultures
  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics
  • Bachelor of Arts in English
  • Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Earth Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Economics and Policy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Ethnic Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Film
  • Bachelor of Arts in French
  • Bachelor of Arts in Gender and Women's Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geophysics
  • Bachelor of Arts in German
  • Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Greek
  • Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Languages and Bilingual Issues
  • Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Bachelor of Arts in Iberian Language and Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Biology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Italian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Japanese Language
  • Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Architecture
  • Bachelor of Arts in Latin
  • Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Literatures
  • Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Luso-Brazilian Language and Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Marine Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology - Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology - Cell & Developmental Biology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology - Genetics, Genomics, & Development
  • Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology - Immunology & Pathogenesis
  • Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology - Neurobiology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music
  • Bachelor of Arts in Native American Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Civilizations - Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations
  • Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Civilizations - Islamic Civilizations
  • Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures - Arabic
  • Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures - Egyptology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures - Hebrew
  • Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures - Persian
  • Bachelor of Arts in Operations Research and Management Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Physics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Planetary Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Economy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Public Health
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric
  • Bachelor of Arts in Scandinavian
  • Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Other Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Russian / East European / Eurasian Cultures
  • Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Russian Language and Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
  • Bachelor of Arts in South and Southeast Asian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Statistics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sustainable Environmental Design
  • Bachelor of Arts in Theater and Performance Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering - Biomaterials, Biomechanics and Cell Tissue Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering - Biomedical Devices
  • Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering - Biomedical Imaging
  • Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering - Computational Bioengineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering - Premed
  • Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering - Synthetic Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Resource Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Energy Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Mathematics and Statistics
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Economics and Policy
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Forestry and Natural Resources
  • Bachelor of Science in Genetics and Plant Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
  • Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Microbial Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Molecular Environmental Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Advanced Experimentation Laboratory
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Analytic Mechanics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Descriptive Introduction to Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Electromagnetism and Optics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Introduction to Computational Techniques in Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Introduction to Mathematical Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Introduction to Statisctical and Thermal Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Particle Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Physics and Music
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics - Quantum and Nonlinear Optics
  • Bachelor of Science in Society and Environment
  • Coure Course in American Law and Legal Institutions
  • Coure Course in Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship
  • Elective Course in American Legal and Constitutional History
  • Elective Course in Basic Legal Values
  • Elective Course in Comparative Constitutional Law
  • Elective Course in Comparative Constitutional Law: The Case of Israel
  • Elective Course in Data Prediction and Law
  • Elective Course in Democracy and Diversity
  • Elective Course in Foundations of Legal Studies
  • Elective Course in Ghandi, Law and Civil Rights
  • Elective Course in Immigration and Citizenship
  • Elective Course in International Human Rights
  • Elective Course in International Law and International Relations
  • Elective Course in Law and Economics II: Government and Regulation
  • Elective Course in Law, Technology and Regulations
  • Elective Course in Psychology of Diversity and Discrimination in American Law
  • Elective Course in Punishment, Culture and Society
  • Elective Course in Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Law
  • Elective Course in Theories of Law and Society
  • Elective Course in U.S. Surpreme Court and Public Policy
  • Elective Course in Wall Street/Main Street
  • Minor in African American Studies
  • Minor in Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Civilizations
  • Minor in Anthropology
  • Minor in Applied Language Studies
  • Minor in Arabic
  • Minor in Arabic
  • Minor in Architecture
  • Minor in Art History
  • Minor in Art Practice
  • Minor in Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
  • Minor in Astrophysics
  • Minor in Atmospheric Science
  • Minor in Bioengineering
  • Minor in Buddhist Studies
  • Minor in Celtic Studies
  • Minor in Chemical Engineering
  • Minor in Chemistry
  • Minor in Chicano Studies
  • Minor in Chinese Language
  • Minor in City Planning
  • Minor in Classical Civilizations
  • Minor in Comparative Literature
  • Minor in Computer Science
  • Minor in Conservation and Resource Studies
  • Minor in Creative Writing
  • Minor in Dance and Performance Studies
  • Minor in Demography
  • Minor in Disability Studies
  • Minor in Dutch Studies
  • Minor in Education
  • Minor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
  • Minor in Energy and Resources
  • Minor in Energy Engineering
  • Minor in English
  • Minor in Environmental Design and Urbanism in Developing Countries
  • Minor in Environmental Earth Science
  • Minor in Environmental Economics and Policy
  • Minor in Environmental Engineering
  • Minor in Ethnic Studies
  • Minor in Food Systems
  • Minor in Forestry
  • Minor in French
  • Minor in Gender and Women's Studies
  • Minor in Geography
  • Minor in Geology
  • Minor in Geophysics
  • Minor in Geospatial Information Science and Technology
  • Minor in GeoSystems
  • Minor in German
  • Minor in Global Poverty & Practice
  • Minor in Greek Studies
  • Minor in Hebrew
  • Minor in History
  • Minor in History and Theory of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design
  • Minor in History of the Built Environment
  • Minor in Human Rights Interdisciplinary
  • Minor in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
  • Minor in Italian Studies
  • Minor in Japanese Language
  • Minor in Japanese Studies
  • Minor in Jewish Studies
  • Minor in Journalism
  • Minor in Korean Language
  • Minor in Korean Studies
  • Minor in Latin Studies
  • Minor in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Studies
  • Minor in Linguistics
  • Minor in Logic
  • Minor in Luso-Brazilian Language and Literature
  • Minor in Marine Science
  • Minor in Materials Science and Engineering
  • Minor in Mathematics
  • Minor in Mechanical Engineering
  • Minor in Medieval Studies
  • Minor in Middle Eastern Studies
  • Minor in Music
  • Minor in Native American Studies
  • Minor in Nuclear Engineering
  • Minor in Nutritional Sciences
  • Minor in Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Minor in Persian
  • Minor in Philosophy
  • Minor in Physics
  • Minor in Planetary Science
  • Minor in Political Economy
  • Minor in Public Health
  • Minor in Public Policy
  • Minor in Religious Studies
  • Minor in Rhetoric
  • Minor in Russian Language
  • Minor in Russian Language, Literature, and Culture
  • Minor in Russian Literature
  • Minor in Scandinavian
  • Minor in Science and Math Education
  • Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Bosnian / Croatian / Serbian Language and Literature
  • Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Czech Language and Literature
  • Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures - Polish Language and Literature
  • Minor in Social and Cultural Factors in Environmental Design
  • Minor in South and Southeast Asian Studies
  • Minor in Spanish Language and Literature
  • Minor in Spanish Linguistics
  • Minor in Statistics
  • Minor in Structural Engineering
  • Minor in Sustainable Design
  • Minor in Theater and Performance Studies
  • Minor in Tibetan
  • Minor in Toxicology
  • Minor in Turkish

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

  • Master of Architecture
  • Master of Arts in Asian Studies
  • Master of Arts in Demography
  • Master of Arts in Education
  • Master of Arts in Endocrinology
  • Master of Arts in Energy and Resources
  • Master of Arts in Latin American Studies
  • Master of Arts in Mathematics
  • Master of Arts in Near Eastern Studies
  • Master of Arts in Statistics
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of City Planning
  • Master of Development Practice
  • Master of Engineering in Bioengineering
  • Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences
  • Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
  • Master of Engineering in Materials Science and Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Nuclear Engineering
  • Master of Financial Engineering
  • Master of Fine Art in Art Practice
  • Master of Forestry
  • Master of Information and Data Science
  • Master of Information Management and Systems
  • Master of Journalism
  • Master of Landscape Architecture
  • Master of Public Affairs
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Public Policy
  • Master of Public Policy in Energy and Resources
  • Master of Science in Architecture
  • Master of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering - Product Development
  • Master of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering – Bioprocess Engineering
  • Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Master of Science in Computer Science
  • Master of Science in Energy and Resources
  • Master of Science in Environmental Health Sciences
  • Master of Science in Epidemiology
  • Master of Science in Health and Medical Sciences
  • Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
  • Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Metabolic Biology
  • Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering
  • Master of Science in Physics
  • Master of Science in Range Management
  • Master of Social Welfare
  • Master of Translational Medicine
  • Master of Translational Medicine in Bioengineering
  • Master of Urban Design
  • Masters of Arts in Biostatistics

Beschreibung

An der UC Berkeley werden während des Sommers die so genannten Summer Sessions angeboten.

Die Summer Sessions sind reguläre Universitätskurse, die sowohl für amerikanische als auch für internationale Studenten angeboten werden und den Lehrstoff der Kurse des Semesters in einem drei- bis zwölfwöchigen kompakten Kurs zusammenfassen. So werden Kurse aus fast allen Fachbereichen angeboten, die auch während des Semesters stattfinden.

Insgesamt bietet die UC Berkeley während der Summer Sessions mehr als 600 Kurse an. Zu den beliebtesten Fächern mit dem vielfältigsten Kursangebot gehören unter anderem Business, Anthropology, History, Economics, Rhetoric, Ethnic Studies, Social Welfare und Legal Studies. Zusätzlich wird an der UC Berkeley eine Reihe von praktischen Sportkursen in verschiedenen Sportarten angeboten, die ergänzend hinzubelegt werden können.

Speziell für Schüler bietet die UC Berkeley im Sommer das Pre-College Scholars: Summer Residential Program an. Sie bekommen für sechs bis acht Wochen einen ersten Einblick in das College-Leben an der UC Berkeley und erhalten College Credits aus dem regulären Undergraduate Angebot der Session C und Session D. Darüber hinaus können sie an dem College Writing Program sowie an einem vielfältigen Angebot an Ausflügen und Workshops teilnehmen.


Gebühren

  • Session F 2024
    Tuition pro Unit
    595,00 USD
    Registration Fee
    550,00 USD
    International Service Fee
    500,00 USD
    Document Management Fee
    68,00 USD
  • Session D 2024
    Tuition pro Unit
    595,00 USD
    Registration Fee
    550,00 USD
    International Service Fee
    500,00 USD
    Document Management Fee
    68,00 USD
  • Session E 2024
    Tuition pro Unit
    595,00 USD
    Registration Fee
    550,00 USD
    International Service Fee
    500,00 USD
    Document Management Fee
    68,00 USD

Die Studiengebühren für die Summer Sessions der UC Berkeley berechnen sich nach der Anzahl der belegten Units. Ein Sommerkurs hat in der Regel vier bis fünf Units.

Internationale Studenten müssen für die Teilnahme an den Summer Sessions als Vollzeitstudenten mit F-1 Visum an der UC Berkeley eingeschrieben sein und dazu eine bestimmte Mindestanzahl von Units pro Session belegen. Diese Mindestzahl variiert je nach Session und Dauer des Aufenthalts zwischen drei bis sechs Units, oder aber acht bis zehn Units, wenn Kurse in zwei verschiedenen Sessions belegt werden.

Die Kosten für das Schülerprogramm der UC Berkeley beinhalten die Studiengebühren, die Unterkunft in Campusnähe, die Mahlzeiten sowie Ausflüge, Workshops, Krankenversicherung und die Betreuung vor Ort.


Voraussetzungen

Die Summer Sessions sind im prinzipiell für alle Studenten frei zugänglich und nicht an die strengen Bewerbungskriterien gebunden, die für andere reguläre Studienprogramme der UC Berkeley sonst gelten.

Natürlich müssen auch hier ausreichend gute Englischkenntnisse vorhanden sein. Ein Sprachnachweis in Form eines standardisierten Sprachtests ist für Bewerber aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz jedoch nicht erforderlich. Bewerber aus anderen Ländern kontaktieren uns bitte für weitere Informationen.

Das Schülerprogramm richtet sich an amerikanische und internationale Schüler im Alter von 16-18 Jahren. Internationale Schüler müssen bei Programmstart die 10. oder 11. Klasse abgeschlossen haben und einen Notendurchschnitt von 2,0 vorweisen.

Da Englisch die Unterrichtssprache ist, werden gute Englischkenntnisse vorausgesetzt. Im Fall, dass die Bewerber diese nicht vorweisen können, haben sie auch die Möglichkeit vor Ort ESL-Kurse sowie Kurse aus dem Pre-Scholars Core Curriculum zu belegen.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Session A (20.05.2024 - 28.06.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
African American Studies AFRICAM 127 Pan Afrikan Social Modemets: Past, Present and Future -- Study Abroad
African American Studies AFRICAM 136L Criminal Justice and Surveillance in America
Ancient Greek and Roman Studies AGRS 10A Introduction to Ancient Greece
Anthropology ANTHRO 106 Primate Behavior
Anthropology ANTHRO 112 Special Topics in Biological Anthropology
Anthropology ANTHRO 119 Special Topics in Medical Anthropology
Anthropology ANTHRO 136B Introduction to Museum Methods
Anthropology ANTHRO 138A History and Theory of Ethnographic Film
Anthropology ANTHRO 150 Utopia: Art and Power in Modern Times
Anthropology ANTHRO 162 Topics in Folklore
Anthropology ANTHRO 199 Supervised Independent Study
Anthropology ANTHRO R5B Reading and Composition in Anthropology
Architecture ARCH 125A Building Information Technology
Astronomy ASTRON 9 Selected Topics in Astronomy
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 101B Macroeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 102A Financial Accounting
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 102B Managerial Accounting
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 103 Introduction to Finance
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 104 Introduction to Business Analytics
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 105 Leading People
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 106 Marketing
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 107 The Social, Political, and Ethical Environment of Business
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 120AB Intermediate Financial Accounting 2
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 122 Financial Information Analysis
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 126 Auditing
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 133 Investments
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 146 Project Management
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 147 Special Topics in Operations and Information Technology Management
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 152 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 155 Leadership
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 192S Business and Sustainability
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 196SA Business Models for Sustainability
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 196SB Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Sustainability
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 93 Engineering Data Analysis
Cognitive Science COGSCI 115 Neuropsychology of Happiness
Cognitive Science COGSCI C100 Basic Issues in Cognition
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 121 Issues in Teaching English Internationally
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 142 Grammar for English Language Instructors
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 143 Foundations of English Language Education
College Writing Programs COLWRIT R4B Reading, Composition, and Research
Comparative Literature COMLIT R1B English Composition in Connection with the Reading of World Literature
Digital Humanities DIGHUM 100 Theory and Method in the Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities DIGHUM 101 Practicing the Digital Humanities
Earth and Planetary Science EPS 20 Earthquakes in Your Backyard
Earth and Planetary Science EPS 7 Introduction to Climate Change
Earth and Planetary Science EPS N82 Introduction to Oceans
East Asian Languages and Cultures CHINESE 10A Intermediate Chinese
East Asian Languages and Cultures CHINESE 1A Elementary Chinese
East Asian Languages and Cultures EALANG R1B Reading and Composition on topics in East Asian Humanities
East Asian Languages and Cultures KOREAN 1A Elementary Korean
Economics ECON 100B Macroeconomics
Economics ECON 136 Financial Economics
Economics ECON 148 Data Science for Economists
Economics ECON 162 The Chinese Economy
Economics ECON N110 Game Theory in the Social Sciences
Education EDUC 188 Latinas/os and Education: Critical Issues and Perspectives
Education EDUC C142 Education in a Global World
Education EDUC W153 Research in Education: Studying Educational Inequality and Possiblity
Energy and Resources ENERES 171 California Water
Engineering ENGIN 183C Challenge Lab
Engineering ENGIN 185 The Art of STEM Communication
Engineering ENGIN 198 Directed Group Studies for Advanced Undergraduates
English ENGLISH 117S Shakespeare
English ENGLISH 166 Special Topics
English ENGLISH 166AC Special Topics in American Cultures
English ENGLISH R1B Reading and Composition - Lyric
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 50AC Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Management
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 72 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Ethnic Studies ASAMST 20AC Asian American Communities and Race Relations
Ethnic Studies CHICANO 135C Latino Documentary Film
Ethnic Studies CHICANO 175 LATINX AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Ethnic Studies NATAMST 158 Native Americans and the Cinema
Ethnic Studies NATAMST R1A Native American Studies Reading and Composition
Film and Media FILM 155 Media Technologies
Film and Media FILM 171 Special Topics in Film Genre
Film and Media FILM 176 Pitch to Production
Film and Media FILM 178 Film & Media Professions
Film and Media FILM 45 Television Studies
French FRENCH 13 Intermediate Conversation
French FRENCH 14 Advanced Conversation
Gender and Womens Studies GWS 111 Special Topics
Geography GEOG 182 Field Study of Buildings and Cities
Geography GEOG 70AC The Urban Experience: Race, Class, Gender & The American City
Geography GEOG 72AC The Bay Area
Geography GEOG N130 Food and the Environment
Geography GEOG N20 Globalization
German GERMAN 199 Supervised Independent Study and Research
German GERMAN R5B Reading and Composition
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 100 Introduction to News Reporting
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 110 Introduction to Multimedia
History HISTORY 137AC Immigrants and Immigration as U.S. History
History HISTORY 7A Introduction to the History of the United States: The United States from Settlement to Civil War
History of Art HISTART 80 Introduction to Modern Art
History of Art HISTART R1B Reading and Writing about Visual Experience
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 117 Medical Ethnobotany
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 128 Sports Medicine
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 169 Evolutionary Medicine
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 33 Life During the Age of Dinosaurs
Interdisciplinary Social Science Programs POLECON 150 Advanced Study in Political Economy of Industrial Societies
Interdisciplinary Social Science Programs POLECON N101 Contemporary Theories of Political Economy
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 103 Theories of Law and Society
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 138 The Supreme Court and Public Policy
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 157 International Relations and International Law
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 160 Punishment, Culture, and Society
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 177 Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History
Mechanical Engineering MECENG 191K Professional Communication
Mechanical Engineering MECENG H194 Honors Undergraduate Research
Media Studies MEDIAST 138 Ethnographic Film and Documentary Form: History, Ethics and Aesthetics of Reality Based Media
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 170L Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI W61 Brain, Mind, and Behavior
Philosophy PHILOS 108 Contemporary Ethical Issues
Philosophy PHILOS 12A Introduction to Logic
Philosophy PHILOS 132 Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy PHILOS 2 Individual Morality and Social Justice
Philosophy PHILOS 25A Ancient Philosophy
Philosophy PHILOS 25B Modern Philosophy
Philosophy PHILOS 3 The Nature of Mind
Political Science POLSCI 109B Special Topics in American Politics
Political Science POLSCI 149W Topics In Area Stdy
Psychology PSYCH 1 General Psychology
Psychology PSYCH 136 Human Sexuality
Psychology PSYCH 138 Global Mental Health
Psychology PSYCH 139 Case Studies in Clinical Psychology
Psychology PSYCH 142 Applied Early Developmental Psychology
Psychology PSYCH 144 Emerging Adulthood
Psychology PSYCH 149A The Developing Child Practicum: Linking Research and Practice
Psychology PSYCH 149B Contexts of Early Development
Psychology PSYCH 169 Love & Close Relationships
Psychology PSYCH 170 Clinical and Counseling Professions: Practice & Research
Psychology PSYCH N150 Psychology of Personality
Public Health PBHLTH 118 Global Nutrition
Public Health PBHLTH 150D Introduction to Health Policy and Management
Public Health PBHLTH 155C War and Public Health
Public Health PBHLTH N112 Global Health: A Multidisciplinary Examination
Public Health PBHLTH N150B Human Health and the Environment in a Changing World
Rhetoric RHETOR 121 Rhetoric of Fiction
Rhetoric RHETOR 153 American Political Rhetoric
Sociology SOCIOL 130 Social Inequalities
Sociology SOCIOL 141 Social Movements and Political Action
Sociology SOCIOL 150 Social Psychology
Sociology SOCIOL 160 Sociology of Culture
Sociology SOCIOL 3AC Principles of Sociology: American Cultures
Sociology SOCIOL N100 Special Topics in Sociology
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 122 Spanish Culture and Civilization
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 179 Topics in Hispanic Linguistics
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH N102C Advanced Composition: Breaking News: The Present and Past as Told by the Press
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH N3 Intermediate Spanish
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH N4 Intermediate Spanish
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies ISF 100A Introduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies ISF 100D Introduction to Technology, Society, and Culture

Session A (20.05.2024 - 28.06.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
African American Studies AFRICAM 299 Individual Study or Research
Chemistry CHEM N299 Research for Graduate Students
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 297 Field Studies in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Economics ECON 299 Supervised Independent Study and Research
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 299 Individual Research
German GERMAN 602 Individual Study for Doctoral Students
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 299 Individual Study
Mechanical Engineering MECENG 297 Engineering Field Studies
Public Health PBHLTH W200E Health Policy and Management Breadth Course
Public Health PBHLTH W257 Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response
Public Health PBHLTH W289 Interdisciplinary Health Seminar

Session 12W (20.05.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 197 Field Studies in Civil Engineering
French FRENCH 197 Field Studies
History HISTORY N100G Special Topics in History: Study Abroad
Sociology SOCIOL 199 Supervised Independent Study and Research

Session 12W (20.05.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 297 Field Studies in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 299 Individual Research
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 299 Individual Research
Sociology SOCIOL 296 Directed Dissertation Research

Session B (03.06.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Ancient Greek & Roman Studies LATIN 15 The Latin Workshop
Anthropology ANTHRO 199 Supervised Independent Study
Architecture ARCH 100C Architectural Design III
Architecture ARCH 100D Architectural Design IV
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA C155 Leadership: Purpose, Authority, and Empowerment
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 197 Field Studies in Civil Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 199 Supervised Independent Study
College Writing Programs COLWRIT R1A Accelerated Reading and Composition
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 105A Sierra Nevada Ecology
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 105B Forest Measurements
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 105C Silviculture and Utilization
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 105D Forest Management and Assessment
Greek GREEK 15 The Greek Workshop
History HISTORY N100G Special Topics in History: Study Abroad
History of Art HISTART N199 Supervised Independent Study
Mechanical Engineering MECENG 110 Introduction to Product Development
Mechanical Engineering MECENG 132 Dynamic Systems and Feedback
Mechanical Engineering MECENG 40 Thermodynamics
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI C112 General Microbiology
Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology NUSCTX 105 Mediterranean Nutrition and Food System
Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology NUSCTX 197 Field Study in Food and Nutritional Sciences
Physics PHYSICS 77 Introduction to Computational Techniques in Physics
Physics PHYSICS W89 Introduction to Mathematical Physics
Plant and Microbial Biology PLANTBI C112 General Microbiology
South and Southeast Asian Studies SEASIAN 154 Philippines: Narratives of Tradition and Resistance
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies UGIS 190 Independent Study - Research Methods
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies UGIS C151 Leadership: Purpose, Authority, and Empowerment
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies UGIS W158 Global Citizenship

Session B (03.06.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 297 Field Studies in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 299 Individual Research
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 601 Individual Study for Master's Students
Electrical Engineering ELENG 299 Individual Research
Energy and Resources ENERES 299 Individual Research in Energy and Resources
Environmental Design ENVDES 201 Urban Design Fundamentals Studio
Environmental Design ENVDES 253 Thesis Studio
Geography GEOG N299 Individual Research
German GERMAN 299 Dissertation Research and Writing
Italian Studies ITALIAN N299 Directed Research
Neuroscience NEUROSC 292 Neuroscience Graduate Research

Session C (17.06.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Arabic ARABIC 10 Intensive Elementary Arabic
Arabic ARABIC 30 Intermediate Arabic
Architecture ARCH 108 Architectural Internship
Architecture ARCH 11B Introduction to Design
Astronomy ASTRON W12 The Planets
Chemical Engineering CHMENG 196 Special Laboratory Study
Chemistry CHEM 1A General Chemistry
Chemistry CHEM 1AL General Chemistry Laboratory
Chemistry CHEM 3A Chemical Structure and Reactivity
Chemistry CHEM 3AL Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Chemistry CHEM 3B Chemical Structure and Reactivity
Cognitive Science COGSCI 131 Computational Models of Cognition
College Writing Programs COLWRIT R4A Reading and Composition
Comparative Literature COMLIT W60AC Topics in the Literature of American Cultures
Data Science DATA C100 Principles & Techniques of Data Science
Data Science DATA C8 Foundations of Data Science
Earth and Planetary Science EPS W12 The Planets
Economics ECON 100A Microeconomics
Economics ECON 140 Econometrics
Economics ECON 151 Labor Economics
Economics ECON 157 Health Economics
Economics ECON 199 Supervised Independent Study and Research
Education EDUC 130 Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science
Education EDUC 182AC The Politics of Educational Inequality
Education EDUC W141 Exploring Digital Pedagogy
Education EDUC W190 Critical Studies in Education
Energy and Resources ENERES 101 Ecology and Society
Energy and Resources ENERES 170 Environmental Classics
Energy and Resources ENERES C176 Climate Change Economics
Energy and Resources ENERES W100 Energy and Society
Energy and Resources ENERES W174 Water and Sanitation Justice
English ENGLISH 143A Short Fiction
English ENGLISH 172 Literature and Psychology
English ENGLISH 43A Introduction to the Writing of Short Fiction
English ENGLISH N166 Special Topics
English ENGLISH R1B Reading and Composition
Environmental Design ENVDES 1 Introduction to Environmental Design
Environmental Design ENVDES 133AC Hidden in Plain Sight: Public History in Public Space
Environmental Economics and Policy ENVECON C1 Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy
Environmental Economics and Policy ENVECON C118 Introductory Applied Econometrics
Environmental Economics and Policy ENVECON C151 Development Economics
Environmental Economics and Policy ENVECON C176 Climate Change Economics
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 152 Global Change Biology
Ethnic Studies CHICANO N180 Selected Topics in Chicanx/Latinx Studies - Study Abroad
French FRENCH 1 Elementary French
French FRENCH 199 Supervised Independent Study and Research for Advanced Undergraduates
French FRENCH 2 Elementary French
French FRENCH 3 Intermediate French
French FRENCH 4 Advanced Intermediate French
Gender and Womens Studies GWS 130AC Gender, Race, Nation, and Health
General Biology Lecture BIOLOGY 1A General Biology Lecture
German GERMAN 107 German for Reading Knowledge
History HISTORY 100S Special Topics in the History of Science
History HISTORY 7B Introduction to the History of the United States: The United States from Civil War to Present
Integrative Biology BIOLOGY 1B General Biology Lecture and Laboratory
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 114 Infectious Disease Dynamics
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 131 General Human Anatomy
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 131L General Human Anatomy Laboratory
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 140 Biology of Human Reproduction
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 141 Human Genetics
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 41 Marine Mammals
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 51 Origins and Evolution of Food Plants
International and Area Studies IAS C118 Introductory Applied Econometrics
International and Area Studies IAS C176 Climate Change Economics
Italian Studies ITALIAN R5B Reading and Composition
L&S Arts and Humanities Division HUM 133AC Hidden in Plain Sight: Public History in Public Space
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning LDARCH 1 Drawing a Green Future: Fundamentals of Visual Representation and Creativity
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning LDARCH 12 Environmental Science for Sustainable Development
Linguistics LINGUIS 100 Introduction to Linguistic Science
Mathematics MATH 104 Introduction to Analysis
Mathematics MATH 110 Abstract Linear Algebra
Mathematics MATH 113 Introduction to Abstract Algebra
Mathematics MATH 115 Introduction to Number Theory
Mathematics MATH 126 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
Mathematics MATH 185 Introduction to Complex Analysis
Mathematics MATH N10A Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics
Mathematics MATH N16A Analytic Geometry and Calculus
Mathematics MATH N16B Analytic Geometry and Calculus
Mathematics MATH N1A Calculus
Mathematics MATH N53 Multivariable Calculus
Mathematics MATH N54 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Mathematics MATH N55 Discrete Mathematics
Mathematics MATH W128A Numerical Analysis
Mathematics MATH W53 Multivariable Calculus
Mathematics MATH W54 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Mechanical Engineering MECENG H194 Honors Undergraduate Research
Media Studies MEDIAST 10 Introduction to Media Studies
Media Studies MEDIAST 190 Special Topics in Media Studies
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 102 Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 104 Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 32 Introduction to Human Physiology
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI C64 Exploring the Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience
New Media NWMEDIA 151AC Transforming Tech: Issues and Interventions in STEM and Silicon Valley
New Media NWMEDIA 90 Introduction to New Media
Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology NUSCTX W104 Food, Culture, and the Environment AC
Philosophy PHILOS W12A Introduction to Logic
Physical Education PHYSED 1 Physical Education Activities
Physics PHYSICS 105 Analytic Mechanics
Physics PHYSICS 137A Quantum Mechanics
Physics PHYSICS 7A Physics for Scientists and Engineers
Physics PHYSICS 7B Physics for Scientists and Engineers
Physics PHYSICS 8A Introductory Physics
Physics PHYSICS 8B Introductory Physics
Political Science POLSCI 164A Political Psychology and Involvement
Political Science POLSCI W135 Game Theory in the Social Sciences
Political Science POLSCI W145A Understanding Political Developments in India
Political Science POLSCI W3 Introduction to Empirical Analysis and Quantitative Methods
Psychology PSYCH 101 Research and Data Analysis in Psychology
Psychology PSYCH C64 Exploring the Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience
Public Health PBHLTH 14N Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion
Public Health PBHLTH 167 Applied GIS for Public Health
Public Policy PUBPOL 101 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis
Public Policy PUBPOL W184 Energy and Society
Scandinavian SCANDIN R5B Reading and Composition
Slavic Languages and Literatures ARMENI 128 Arts and Culture in Armenia and the Diaspora Since 1991
Slavic Languages and Literatures SLAVIC 50 Introduction to Russian/East European/Eurasian Cultures
Sociology SOCIOL 5 Evaluation of Evidence
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 1 Elementary Spanish - First Semester
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 2 Elementary Spanish - Second Semester
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 3 Intermediate Spanish - Third Semester
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 4 Intermediate Spanish - Fourth Semester
Statistics STAT 134 Concepts of Probability
Statistics STAT 135 Concepts of Statistics
Statistics STAT 155 Game Theory
Statistics STAT 2 Introduction to Statistics
Statistics STAT 20 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Statistics STAT 21 Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business
Statistics STAT C100 Principles & Techniques of Data Science
Statistics STAT C8 Foundations of Data Science
Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies THEATER 118AC Performance, Television, and Social Media
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies UGIS 110 Introduction to Disability Studies
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies UGIS 82 K-8 Teaching and Inquiry-Based Lesson Design in the Science and Mathematics Classroom

Session C (17.06.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Chemistry CHEM N299 Research for Graduate Students
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 299 Individual Research
Electrical Engineering ELENG 297 Field Studies in Electrical Engineering
Environmental Design ENVDES 251 Discourses in Urban Design
Plant and Microbial Biology PLANTBI 299 Graduate Research
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 298 Special Study for Graduate Students
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 299 Special Advanced Study

Session D (01.07.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
African American Studies AFRICAM 125AC The History of the Modern Civil Rights Movement
African American Studies AFRICAM 139L Special Topics in Race and Law
African American Studies AFRICAM 25AC African American Music and US Popular Culture
American Studies AMERSTD 10 Introduction to American Studies
American Studies AMERSTD 101 Examining U.S. Cultures in Time
American Studies AMERSTD 102 Examining U.S. Cultures in Place
Ancient Greek and Roman Studies AGRS 10B Introduction Ancient Rome
Ancient Greek and Roman Studies AGRS N28 Greek and Roman Myths
Anthropology ANTHRO 1 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
Anthropology ANTHRO 166 Language, Culture, and Society
Anthropology ANTHRO 198 Directed Group Study
Anthropology ANTHRO 2AC Introduction to Archaeology
Anthropology ANTHRO 3AC Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (American Cultures)
Anthropology ANTHRO H195A Senior Honors
Anthropology ANTHRO R5B 002 Reading and Composition in Anthropology - Anthropology of Food
Anthropology ANTHRO R5B 003 Reading and Composition in Anthropology - Ghost Stories: How the Past Haunts US
Architecture ARCH 124A Introduction to Digital Design Methods
Architecture ARCH 125A Building Information Technology
Art Practice ART 23AC Digital Media: Foundations
Astronomy ASTRON 10 Introduction to General Astronomy
Astronomy ASTRON 7AB Introduction to Astrophysics: From Planets to Cosmology
Astronomy ASTRON 9 Selected Topics in Astronomy
Buddhist Studies BUDDSTD 50 Introduction to the Study of Buddhism
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 101A Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 102B Managerial Accounting
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 103 Introduction to Finance
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 106 Marketing
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 120AA Intermediate Financial Accounting 1
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 120B Advanced Financial Accounting
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 121 Federal Income Tax Accounting
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 122 Financial Information Analysis
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 131 Corporate Finance and Financial Statement Analysis
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 136F Behavioral Finance
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 137 Special Topics in Finance
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 152 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 154 Power and Politics in Organizations
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 178 Introduction to International Business
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA 196SC Investing for Sustainability
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA C12 The Berkeley Changemaker
Business Administration (Undergraduate) UGBA C196C The Berkeley Changemaker
Celtic Studies CELTIC R1B Voices of the Celtic World
Cognitive Science COGSCI 146 Music, Language, and Cognition
Cognitive Science COGSCI C142 Language and Thought
Cognitive Science COGSCI N1 Introduction to Cognitive Science
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 10A Introduction to Public Speaking
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 11 Berkeley Changemaker: Public Speaking
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 145 Creating Materials for English Language Education
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 146 Teaching Online in a Global Context
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3A Academic Writing - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3G Grammar and Vocabulary - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 5A English Language Studies: Broadway Musicals
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 5C Language, Culture, and Film
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 5D Language, Culture, and Literature
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9C Academic Writing for Multilingual Students
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9E Business English for Multilingual Students
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9I Conflict Resolution Communication Skills for Multilingual Students
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9M The U.S. Constitution: An Introduction
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9N Introduction of the U.S. Legal System for Multilingual Students
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9O Legal Writing for Multilingual Students
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9R Academic and Public Speaking for Multilingual Students
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 9V Science and Engineering English for Multilingual Students
College Writing Programs COLWRIT R4B Reading, Composition, and Research
Demography DEMOG 110 Introduction to Population Analysis
Demography DEMOG 180 Social Networks
Design Innovation DESINV 22 Prototyping & Fabrication
Design Innovation DESINV 23 Creative Programming and Electronics
Digital Humanities DIGHUM 150A Digital Humanities and Archival Design
Digital Humanities DIGHUM 160 Critical Digital Humanities
Earth and Planetary Science EPS 20 Earthquakes in Your Backyard
Earth and Planetary Science EPS 80 Environmental Earth Sciences
Earth and Planetary Science EPS N82 Introduction to Oceans
East Asian Languages and Cultures CHINESE 10B Intermediate Chinese
East Asian Languages and Cultures CHINESE 1B Elementary Chinese
East Asian Languages and Cultures EALANG 160 Neurodiversity in Literature
East Asian Languages and Cultures JAPAN 7B Introduction to Modern Japanese Literature and Culture
East Asian Languages and Cultures KOREAN 1B Elementary Korean
Economics ECON 1 Introduction to Economics
Economics ECON 197 Field Studies
Economics ECON 199 Supervised Independent Study and Research
Education EDUC W140A The Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World
Education EDUC W144 Practicum in Education
Engineering ENGIN 183B Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship Bootcamp
Engineering ENGIN 183C Challenge Lab
English ENGLISH 141 Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, Etc.)
English ENGLISH 166 Special Topics
English ENGLISH 176 Literature and Popular Culture
English ENGLISH 177 Literature and Philosophy
English ENGLISH 180Z Science Fiction
English ENGLISH 198BC Berkeley Connect
English ENGLISH 43A Introduction to the Writing of Short Fiction
English ENGLISH R1A Reading and Composition - Choice Cuts: Writing About Food
Environmental Design ENVDES 161 [IN]ARCH
Environmental Design ENVDES 162 [IN]CITY
Environmental Design ENVDES 163 [IN]LAND
Environmental Design ENVDES 2 Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design
Environmental Design ENVDES 8 Disc*: Design & Innovation for Sustainable Cities
Environmental Design ENVDES 9 Introduction to Environmental Design: embARC
Environmental Design ENVDES 98 Directed Group Study
Environmental Economics and Policy ENVECON 104 The Economics of Sustainable Business and Policy
Environmental Economics and Policy ENVECON 105 Data Tools for Sustainability and the Environment
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 161 Environmental Philosophy and Ethics
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 169 International Environmental Politics
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 50AC Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Management
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 98 Directed Group Study in ESPM
Ethnic Studies ASAMST 141 Law in the Asian American Community
Ethnic Studies CHICANO 110 Latina/o Philosophy and Religious Thought
Ethnic Studies CHICANO 130 Mexican and Chicano Art History
Ethnic Studies CHICANO 172 Chicanos and the Educational System
Ethnic Studies CHICANO 180 Topics in Chicano Studies
Film and Media FILM 10 Film History & Form
Film and Media FILM 125 Documentary Forms
Film and Media FILM 170 Special Topics in Film
Film and Media FILM 20 Film and Media Theory
French FRENCH 102 Advanced Reading and Writing Workshop
French FRENCH 121A Literary Themes, Genres, and Structures
French FRENCH R1B English Composition in Connection with the Reading of Literature
Gender and Womens Studies GWS 10 Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies
Gender and Womens Studies GWS 100AC Women in American Culture
Gender and Womens Studies GWS 111 Special Topics
Geography GEOG 199 Supervised Independent Study
Geography GEOG N50AC California
German GERMAN 1 Elementary German 1
German GERMAN 3 Intermediate German I
German GERMAN R5B Reading and Composition
Global Studies GLOBAL 10B Critical Issues in Global Studies
Global Studies GLOBAL N45 Survey of World History
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 100 Introduction to News Reporting
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 110 Introduction to Multimedia
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 111 Social Media and Journalism
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 112 Intro to Podcasting
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 113 Photojournalism
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 115 Advanced Multimedia
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 120 Investigative Reporting
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 122 The Future of Visual Storytelling
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 124 Introduction to Data Journalism
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 130 Special Topics
Graduate School of Journalism JOURN 134 International Reporting
History HISTORY 100S Special Topics in the History of Science
History HISTORY 116D China: Twentieth-Century China
History HISTORY 131B Social History of the United States: Creating Modern American Society: From the End of the Civil War
History of Art HISTART 38 Eco Art History in Asia
History of Art HISTART H195 Special Study for Honors Candidates in the History of Art
History of Art HISTART N100 Theories and Methods of Art History
History of Art HISTART R1B Reading and Writing about Visual Experience
Integrative Biology INTEGBI 11 California Natural History
Interdisciplinary Social Science Programs POLECON N100 Classical Theories of Political Economy
Italian Studies ITALIAN R5B Reading and Composition
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 10 Civil Rights Civil Liberties: Equality & Fundamental Rights
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 107 Theories of Justice
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 12 Civil Rights Civil Liberties: First Amendment
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 123 Data, Prediction & Law
Letters & Science Legal Studies LEGALST 182 Law, Politics and Society
Mechanical Engineering MECENG 191K Professional Communication
Mechanical Engineering MECENG 196 Undergraduate Research
Mechanical Engineering MECENG H194 Honors Undergraduate Research
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 32L Introduction to Human Physiology Laboratory
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 55 Plagues and Pandemics
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 63 Introduction to Functional Neuroanatomy
New Media NWMEDIA 90 Introduction to New Media
New Media NWMEDIA R1B New Media Reading and Composition
Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology NUSCTX 10 Introduction to Human Nutrition
Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology NUSCTX 30 Sports Nutrition
Philosophy PHILOS 128 Philosophy of Science
Philosophy PHILOS 12A Introduction to Logic
Philosophy PHILOS 160 Plato
Philosophy PHILOS 199 Supervised Independent Study and Research
Philosophy PHILOS 25A Ancient Philosophy
Philosophy PHILOS 25B Modern Philosophy
Philosophy PHILOS 3 The Nature of Mind
Philosophy PHILOS N188 Phenomenology
Physics PHYSICS 198 Directed Group Study
Physics PHYSICS 199 Supervised Independent Study
Political Science POLSCI 1 Introduction to American Politics
Political Science POLSCI 117L Jurisprudence
Political Science POLSCI 123 Special Topics in International Relations
Psychology PSYCH 1 General Psychology
Psychology PSYCH 130M Psychopathology Across the Life Span
Psychology PSYCH 149 Early Development & Learning Science Core Seminar
Psychology PSYCH 149D Early Childhood Policy
Psychology PSYCH 3 Introduction to How the Brain Works
Psychology PSYCH 4 Emotional Intelligence
Psychology PSYCH 5 Technology vs. Psychology: The Internet Revolution and the Rise of the Virtual Self
Psychology PSYCH 6 Stress and Coping
Psychology PSYCH N110 Introduction to Biological Psychology
Psychology PSYCH N140 Developmental Psychology
Psychology PSYCH N160 Social Psychology
Psychology PSYCH N180 Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Public Health PBHLTH 107 Violence, Social Justice, and Public Health
Public Health PBHLTH 142 Introduction to Probability and Statistics in Biology and Public Health
Public Health PBHLTH 155B Women's Global Health and Empowerment
Public Health PBHLTH 162A Public Health Microbiology
Rhetoric RHETOR 100 Writing at the University: A Writing Studio for Transfer Students
Rhetoric RHETOR 120 Rhetoric of the Self
Scandinavian SCANDIN R5B Reading and Composition
Slavic Languages and Literatures SLAVIC R5B Reading and Composition
Slavic Languages and Literatures UKRAINI 168 Ukraine: History, Identity, Society, and the Environment
Sociology SOCIOL 111AC Sociology of the Family
Sociology SOCIOL 113AC Sociology of Education
Sociology SOCIOL 167 Virtual Communities/Social Media
Sociology SOCIOL 190 Seminar and Research in Sociology
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 135 Studies in Hispanic Literature
Spanish and Portuguese SPANISH 25 Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts
Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies THEATER 10 Fundamentals of Acting I
Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies THEATER 14 Performance Workshop
Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies THEATER 177 Sound Design for Performance
Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies THEATER 190 Performance Appreciation
Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies THEATER 5 Public Speaking and Presentation Skills
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies ISF 100I Consumer Society and Culture

Session D (01.07.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Chemistry CHEM N299 Research for Graduate Students
Economics ECON 299 Supervised Independent Study and Research
Environmental Science, Policy, and Management ESPM 299 Individual Research
Geography GEOG N296 Directed Dissertation Research
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI 201A CRISPR Gene Editing, Stem Cell and Genomic Analysis
Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology NUSCTX 299 Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology Research
Philosophy PHILOS 299 Independent Study
Public Health PBHLTH 292 Seminars for M.P.H. Students
Public Health PBHLTH N250A Epidemiologic Methods
Public Health PBHLTH W204 Public Health Communications
Public Health PBHLTH W205 Program Planning and Development
Public Health PBHLTH W219 Social and Behavioral Health Research: Introduction to Survey Methods
Public Health PBHLTH W220M Health Policy Methods
Public Health PBHLTH W223 Strategy in Health Care Organizations
Public Health PBHLTH W268 Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) for Health and Development
Vision Science VISSCI 299 Vision Science Graduate Group

Session F (01.07.2024 - 18.07.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 134 The Craft of Poetry
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 135 The Craft of Creative Writing -- Workshopping & Performance
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3B Business English: Oral Communication - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3E Legal English: Oral Communication-Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3G Grammar and Vocabulary - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3H ESL Listening and Speaking - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3I Introduction to Technical Writing - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3J Science, Technology, Innovation, and Culture
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3K American Culture and Language: Music
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3L American Culture and Consumerism
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3M Social Media, Culture, and Controversies
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3S American Culture through Film
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3V American Culture, Sexuality, and Gender
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6F Intensive English Practice: Listening and Speaking
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6G Intensive English Practice: Writing for Digital Media
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6L Intensive English Practice: Successful Job Search and Interviewing Skills
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6P Intensive English Practice: Pronunciation
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7A American Language and Culture: The Media
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7C American Language and Culture: Business and Social Entrepreneurship
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7D American Language and Culture: Food for Thought
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7I American Language and Culture: California Dreams and Realities
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7K American Language and Culture: Humor
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7L American Language and Culture: The Berkeley Experience
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7M American Language and Culture: Storytelling
College Writing Programs COLWRIT N131 Creative Nonfiction: Cultural Critique
College Writing Programs COLWRIT N132 The Craft of Short Fiction
College Writing Programs COLWRIT N133 The Craft of Dramatic Writing

Session E (22.07.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 134 The Craft of Poetry
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 135 The Craft of Creative Writing -- Workshopping & Performance
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3B Business English: Oral Communication - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3D Legal English: Introduction to the U.S. Legal System - Online
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3J Science, Technology, Innovation, and Culture
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3K American Culture and Language: Music
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3L American Culture and Consumerism
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3M Social Media, Culture, and Controversies
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3S American Culture through Film
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 3V American Culture, Sexuality, and Gender
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6A Intensive English Practice: Academic Speaking
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6B Intensive English Practice: Academic Vocabulary
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6I Intensive English Practice: Conflict Resolution Skills
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6K Intensive English Practice: Academic Reading and Writing
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6L Intensive English Practice: Successful Job Search and Interviewing Skills
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6N Intensive English Practice: Art and Design
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 6P Intensive English Practice: Pronunciation
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7A American Language and Culture: The Media
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7B American Language and Culture: The Beat Poets of 1950s San Francisco
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7C American Language and Culture: Business and Social Entrepreneurship
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7D American Language and Culture: Food for Thought
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7I American Language and Culture: California Dreams and Realities
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7J American Language and Culture: California Culture
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7K American Language and Culture: Humor
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7L American Language and Culture: The Berkeley Experience
College Writing Programs COLWRIT 7M American Language and Culture: Storytelling
College Writing Programs COLWRIT N131 Creative Nonfiction: Cultural Critique
College Writing Programs COLWRIT N132 The Craft of Short Fiction
College Writing Programs COLWRIT N133 The Craft of Dramatic Writing
Global Studies GLOBAL 143 Contemporary South Korean and Japanese Society and Culture Through Film
Global Studies GLOBAL 153P Special Topics: Global Peace and Conflict
Molecular and Cell Biology MCELLBI N184 Intro to CRISPR: From Basic Biology to Genome Editing Technology
New Media NWMEDIA 191 Special Topics in New Media
Psychology PSYCH 137 Mind-Body and Health
Psychology PSYCH 173 Lens on Mental Health: Intersectional Approaches

Session E (22.07.2024 - 09.08.2024) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIVENG 299 Individual Research
Economics ECON 204 Mathematical Tools for Economics
Geography GEOG N296 Directed Dissertation Research